A sermon on Ecclesiastes 5:1-7, part of a sermon series on Ecclesiastes preached at our church.
In the first few chapters of Ecclesiastes we’ve thought about how life is meaningless without God. But can that even apply to church? How can we “do” church so that it’s not meaningless?
This is one of the passages in Ecclesiastes where the writer throws us a curveball, so to speak: he helps us to understand that the worship of God is not a tickbox exercise but must be from the heart to be useful.
Read the passage online via Bible Gateway.
You can see the previous sermon on Ecclesiastes here.